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## If two variables, x and y, have a very strong linear relationship, then: |

A. | there is evidence that x causes a change in y |

B. | there is evidence that y causes a change in x |

C. | there might not be any causal relationship between x and y |

D. | None of these alternatives is correct. |

Answer» A. there is evidence that x causes a change in y |

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